Brigerton is making a comeback today, and after we saw so many familiar spots in Bath in the first series, as well as Wiltshire’s famous Wilton House, we cannot wait to see what the next series has in store.

If the thoughts of fancy dresses and period sets are already making you dream of living like a lord or lady, dream no more, because has shared six showstoppers that you can stay in to live out your fantasies.

23 Pickwick, Wiltshire

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The imposing Georgian house of 23 Pickwick is set in Wiltshire and situated just 30 minutes from a handful of Bridgerton’s filming locations in Bath, including Lady Danbury’s Estate (Holbourne Museum). Sleeping 12 across six beautifully styled bedrooms, the space will allow you time alone with your loved ones in an unforgettable setting. Outside, quintessential English gardens welcome you with open arms, creating the perfect place to entertain when the social season is upon us. Seven nights at 23 Pickwick costs from £2,980.

Alvington Manor, Forest of Dean

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Sleeping 16 guests and two dogs, there are three acres of gardens and paddocks - the ultimate setting for a tasteful garden party, or you could soak up the sun with a cup of tea in the conservatory or enjoy a banquet in the dining room. Seven nights at Alvington Manor costs from £3,870.

Gilling Lodge, North Yorkshire

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This characterful manor sleeps 16 guests and one dog with a maze of different rooms to explore making it perfect for a special celebration. Seven nights at Gilling Lodge coasts from £8,852.

Meikle Wartle Manor, Aberdeenshire

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Located within a private estate, this elegant 12th-century castle is a simply perfect dramatic setting for a gathering of friends and family. Sleeping 16 guests, each room is decorated in true regal style. Opportunities for tasting at a local distillery are plentiful for those who tire of exploring the expansive grounds and romantic woodlands. Seven nights at Fasque House costs from £5,624.

Chadwick House, Moray

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This magnificent house is set in a secluded location surrounded by water on both sides and 5,000 acres of the Culbin Forest and accommodates 15 guests. If Bridgerton had a Scottish twist, it would certainly be set at Chadwick. Inside, four-poster canopy beds and gold-framed works of art draw your eye from room to room bringing you right back to the Regency era. Seven nights at Chadwick House costs from £3,075.